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    what states NOT to apply for residency?

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    Hello,

    Just very briefly - As a Windsor student, what states can we NOT apply to for residency? I don't want to throw money away at spots I am not even qualified for to begin with. (I guess this means everything on the cali list - correct?)

    These are the states I have researched and come across thus far: Please add to them / correct them if I am mistaken..I understand some of them have exceptions and will grant permanent licensure down the road if x # of yrs are done elsewhere etc - excluding all that - please tell me what states NOT to apply for (besides these) for RESIDENCY purposes:

    Cali
    Arkansas
    Alaska
    VT
    NY
    Kansas
    Indiana
    Mississippi
    Nevada
    New Mexico
    Oregon
    North Dakota

    any others??? your response would be very much appreciated!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 09shine View Post
    Hello,

    Just very briefly - As a Windsor student, what states can we NOT apply to for residency? I don't want to throw money away at spots I am not even qualified for to begin with. (I guess this means everything on the cali list - correct?)

    These are the states I have researched and come across thus far: Please add to them / correct them if I am mistaken..I understand some of them have exceptions and will grant permanent licensure down the road if x # of yrs are done elsewhere etc - excluding all that - please tell me what states NOT to apply for (besides these) for RESIDENCY purposes:

    Cali
    Arkansas
    Alaska
    VT
    NY
    Kansas
    Indiana
    Mississippi
    Nevada
    New Mexico
    Oregon
    North Dakota

    any others??? your response would be very much appreciated!

    This is a very helpful topic. I thought I read somewhere that Arkansas either stopped using the CA list, or is in the process of it.

    Either that, or I completely forgot, and they just adopted the CA list.

    If I get the time, I will double check, and edit this post.

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    I dont know about Oregon. There is a student from Windsor there in a Surgery residency.

    As for Arkansas (AR), UAMS Pediatrics Residency | Introduction
    but do follow up on your leads and see if anything has changed.
    Last edited by MerlinDoc85; 09-22-2010 at 12:21 AM.

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    Does NY follows the cali list?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Future Dr.Dewar View Post
    Does NY follows the cali list?

    no, they go entirely by their own NY list which allows a student from its approved list to both complete clinical rotations in that state and complete residency in that state.

    Fo WUSM we are unable to complete residency there currently but NY allows you to reciprocate. So in the end you can get a permanent license there but no temp license for residency

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    I understand we can not do more than 12 weeks of clinical clerkships in the state of NY but I'm not so sure about the residency part. Here's why:

    there is a windsor grad doing her FELLOWSHIP in Clinical Neurophysiology at Stony Brook University in Long Island, NY. here's the link: wont let me post the link for the individual because i dont have 20 posts yet. -- just search 'windsor stony brook residency neuro' on google and itll be the first link.

    Now, if fellowships and residencies are both considered Post graduate education, would that mean that we are also allowed to do residency there? I had previously thought we were not allowed to do residency or fellowship in the state of NY but this has confused me.

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    school approval = 12+ weeks of rotations = residency qualifications = licensure qualifications
    no school approval --> maximum 12 weeks of rotations (electives)... POSSIBLE chances of residency

    no school approval --> clinicals in country of medical school (i.e. st kitts, none in USA) --> qualify for NY residency.

    Fellowship != residency.... aka Fellowship is not residency.

    She COMPLETED her residency before doing fellowship.

    if you want more info PM me.

    and oh, btw, just because one person is doing fellowship does not speak for many. keep that in mind.

    lol. you should read your own research properly before asking questions.
    Last edited by MerlinDoc85; 10-11-2010 at 08:01 PM.

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    i know residency and fellowship are not the same and i understand you have to complete a residency prior to starting a fellowship. with regards to the NY medical board i was asking whether or not it is possible to do residency in NY if you are from Windsor because I saw a Windsor student doing her fellowship in NY. Why would i assume that you can do residency if i see someone doing a fellowship? because BOTH are considered Post graduate medical education so i thought they would be grouped together. However, now i understand the NY rule though because of your post.

    so my new question is:
    you said
    no school approval --> maximum 12 weeks of rotations (electives)... POSSIBLE chances of residency

    i am going to do 60 weeks of rotations in Il and then 12 weeks of rotations in NY so according to your statement it is possible for me to do residency considering i get an offer, correct?

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    wrong.

    Windsor is located in St kitts.
    without Ny state approval, if you want to do residency in new york, you cannot do any rotations outside of st kitts.
    without NY state approval, if you do more than 12 weeks of rotations (electives) or less, you might qualify if you do the remainder of your rotations in St. Kitts.
    if windsor had NY state approval, then this is not a problem.
    for other states, cores, electives, residency, and licensure shouldnt be a problem...
    other should verify this.. like for cali, and the other states other users in this forum have talked about. .... we have a grad in florida so questions about florida are pointless.



    IMED/Faimer Listing:
    https://imed.faimer.org/details.asp?...61040&psize=25

    WHO Listing:
    Listed in 2000
    http://whqlibdoc.who.int/publication...tes_131201.pdf
    http://www.who.int/hrh/documents/en/wdms_update.pdf

    Reference:
    http://www.valuemd.com/university-me...approvals.html

    call NY boards, or ask sree cheruku or other informed valueMD users.

    can a moderator merge all these NY licensure/residency/approval threads
    ... too much of the same info everywhere.

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    got it.

    i will attempt to try to transfer out of Windsor to like MUA or AUA, a NY approved carib med school. hopefully i'll be able to after i write step 1 in a couple months.

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